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Python Lover's Evolutionary
Distributed Evolutionary Computation Framework
CX UMPC from Data Evolution is step up like a laptop with a swivel
screen and at $799 is at the more reasonably priced end of the UMPC
wind turbine design from Quiet Revolution
XML, and employed by things like Google Maps.
The decTOP is a very low cost, low power, computer.
- Rare genetic mutations are now being identified. Could this be the start of the next era of human evolution?
- Alligator blood my be a source of new antibiotics, it seems that several hundred million years of evolution have given the gators the ability to defend against microorganisms that they have not been previously exposed to. Of course this could just be a case of them having DNA that already contains a large arsenal of previously tried and true solutions, or it could be they recognize their own cells and attack everything else by default. 
- In the evolution of humans, did the discovery of cooking cause our brains to grow or did a bigger brain cause us to crave BBQ? 
- Proteins that control the evolution of organisms have been discovered. How long before athletes start taking these in the search for better performance? 
- Using genetic programming to arrive at a good approximation to the Mona Lisa using 50 polygons. An FAQ including links to the source and program for this is here. Another example of this applied to a real photograph. 
- Evolution optimization strategy presents a genetic algorithm for solving search and optimization problems. The first comment to this shows how to do the same thing with pyevolve.   
- A new design for lithium battery electrodes could greatly increase charge and discharge rates (perhaps by more than a factor of 10). This change does not require any new materials, it is just improving the way the materials are physically structured to allow for faster flow of ions. Discussed here on Slashdot, here on Engadget, announced here by MIT and discussed here on Technology Review. 
- New research is showing that adult animals can grow new brain cells after all. 
- Toshiba is finally releasing its Dynario fuel-cell battery replacement and charging device. This is a direct methanol fuel-cell system.  
- The Revolutionair wind turbines, which are of the egg-beater style, have been designed for residential use. 
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